Inaugural Parade Patrons React to President Obama’s Walk Down Pennsylvania Avenue

More than 800 thousand people gathered in Washington D.C. on Monday to attend the Inauguration festivities. On Pennsylvania Avenue, attendees lined the parade route early and eager, searching for the perfect spot to catch a glimpse of the President.

Business Owners Excited for Capitals Return after NHL Lockout

When the Washington Capitals take the ice for the first time this season on Saturday, the only people cheering louder than the fans will be business owners whose profits were frozen by the NHL lockout.

Same-Sex Couples Travel to the District to Marry

For Maryland same-sex couples like Erin and Kat McGonigle, getting legally hitched required a short trip across the state line.

Ford’s Theatre Society Opens New Center

Ford’s Theatre celebrated the opening of its newly built Center for Education and Leadership with a ribbon cutting on Feb. 8.

Same-Sex Couple on Quest to Marry in Every State

A Baltimore city same-sex couple hopes to soon marry legally in their home state of Maryland.

Flash Mob Thefts Organize Without Social Media as Lawmakers Look to Crack Down

As Maryland lawmakers look to make the penalty for flash mob thefts more severe, police have found social media was not used to organize any of the thefts in the Washington, DC, area.